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Demand for African Talent Is Increasing

Many young African leaders are returning to their home countries, driven to build the continent’s economy. What’s at the root of this emerging trend, and what is the potential impact on France, a country that relies on African talent?

Finding Talent in Downturns and Uncertain Times

Uncertainty in the chemical industry requires companies to take a proactive approach to stay competitive—one that increasingly relies on people.

The Uncharted Leadership Voyage

The CEO turnover rate is at a record high and appears to be accelerating. How can we better prepare CEOs for today’s reality, where the steady state is disruption?

Overcoming Turbulence: How the Aviation Industry Can Soar

What are the biggest challenges facing aviation executives? We asked 30 experts across the industry, from airline carriers to travel tech companies, to find out.

Why the Riskiest Hires Might Be the Ones You Don’t Make

Diverse teams are more successful—but building them takes guts.

No CEO is an Island

We often speak of CEOs as forces unto themselves, when in reality, there can be no CEO leaders without followers—and vice versa.

Asset Managers Need to Invest in Leadership Development

Asset management firms need more than just top investors and salespeople—they need general managers. The problem is, many firms have neglected to groom that type of talent.

HR Executive - This is How to Really Set Your New Execs Up for Success

A detailed executive-onboarding strategy is key.

Leadership in Action

Benito Cachinero discusses human capital strategy on Wharton Business School's radio series, Leadership in Action.

“Transformation” Transformed

As companies harness technology and data to transform into more agile organizations, they must also transform their cultures to support this operating shift. It is nearly impossible to engage in any type of corporate transformation without taking culture into account. Much of the heavy lift in this culture shift rests on the shoulders of the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).

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